CONTRIBUTE

Who is

MICHELLE FRAGA

Attorney at Law

 

Michelle Fraga, candidate for judge of the 295th civil district court, believes Harris County needs a strong Republican jurist with conservative values that is faithful to the constitution. Michelle believes it is the judge’s civic duty to run a court with judicial economy, adherence to the rule of law, treat all those who come before her with respect, and fairness.

 

Michelle is  a native Houstonian, graduate of Cy-Fair High School, the University of Houston, and South Texas College of Law Houston.

 

Michelle began her career at the Harris County Attorney’s Office where she defended and protected Harris County’s interest and the interest of Sheriffs' deputies. Michelle served as special of counsel to the Harris County Sheriff. Currently, her practices focuses on complex civil litigation including family law, probate, employment, and civil rights cases.

 

Michelle is committed to the Houston community and volunteers at organizations including M.D. Anderson, Sheltering Arms, and AIDS Foundation Houston. She is a member of the Junior League of Houston, a board member of the Harriet & Joe Foster YMCA and on the advisory board of Catholic Charities. Professional memberships include: Houston Bar Association, Mexican-American Bar Association, and Hispanic Bar Association.

 

Michelle is married to Stephen, a native Houstonian. Stephen is president of Tejas Office Products, Inc. a family owned business located in the Heights. He is a graduate of Strake Jesuit College Preparatory and Texas A&M University (‘97). He is board member of the United Way of Greater Houston, The Memorial Hermann Hospital Foundation, and Chairman of the Board of the Sports Authority Foundation.  Michelle and Stephen live in Oak Forest and have three boys, Gregory and Stephen (8) and Andrew (3). The boys attend St. Rose of Lima Catholic School.

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Stephen M. Fraga, Treasurer, 1225 W. 20th Street, Houston, Texas 77008.

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